Watch Metallica Rock Out to 'Enter Sandman' At a Grocery Store Deli Counter

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James Hetfield, Robert Trujillo, Lars Ulrich and Kirk Hammett of Metallica perform at the Fonda Theatre on Dec. 15, 2016 in Los Angeles.

What do you do if Metallica drops by your grocery store? Play their biggest hit, of course -- because they'll jam out right along with you.

When the metal band hit the deli counter at a Gelson's Market in Los Angeles on Thursday (Dec. 15), the deli employee couldn't help playing their classic "Enter Sandman," and Metallica didn't mind one bit. James Hetfield and the guys were totally into it, headbanging and belting out every word while the guy behind the counter went nuts.

The deli counter shenanigans were the result of a segment for Billy Eichner's show Billy on the Street, and the host was there to capture the employee's singing with a microphone. Even though this may have been a staged situation, Metallica still managed to make it one heck of a hilarious moment.

Watch Metallica rock out below.



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